16 teams left. Who will win it all? On Saturday the Round of 16 begins at EURO 2016 and our writers have decided to pick their full brackets for the knockout rounds in France. After we predicted how things would go before the tournament started, it’s only fair we get a shot at redemption… Will it be a three-peat for Spain? Can World Cup holders Germany continue their dominance? Will the hosts win it all? Or maybe, just maybe, a dark horse and first-time winner will emerge. Below you will find our predictions. Get involved in the comments section below and tell us yours. Joe Prince-Wright Round of 16 Poland defeat Switzerland Croatia defeat Portugal Wales defeat Northern Ireland Belgium defeat Hungary
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The coach of Mexico's national soccer team will keep his post despite the squad's humiliating 7-0 drubbing at the hands of Chile last week in the Copa America quarterfinals. Mexican soccer federation secretary-general Guillermo Cantu said Thursday that he still trusts the coach, Juan Carlos Osorio of Colombia, but also said errors will have to be addressed. Cantu says Saturday's defeat was "a hard blow and a great sadness" for fans and will lead the team "to recognize and correct errors." Osorio took over the national team in October. He has been criticized for frequent changes in player line-ups, something Cantu said will be reviewed. Mexico's national team has had six coaches since 2013.